On my laptop running Tumbleweed, I currently have an issue with the DNS search order in /etc/resolv.conf, where the correct search domain is listed twice. The second entry is concatenated to the first.
It looks something like this (replaced the real domain with mydomain.com in the example below):
In order to fix this, I already tried restart the networking services, restarting the machine, recreating the /etc/resolv.conf file with netconfig. Just to be sure, I also ran a grep for the duplicated domain name across everything in /etc, just to make sure I didn’t inadvertently configure the extra domain.com to be appended/prepended. I also check the dhclient.leases file and that seems to contain the correct information:
option domain-name "mydomain.com";
As a workaround, I now modified dhclient.conf to supersede the domain-search. Any suggestions on what else to look at or how to get this solved?